KLEIN, Wendy

Posted: May 3rd, 2019


Wendy Dianne Klein of Gull Lake, Saskatchewan, passed away suddenly at Regina General Hospital on May 1, 2019 at the age of 62 years. Wendy is survived by her loving husband Paul Oevering and his children. She is also survived by her parents Bernard and Mary Klein of Lethbridge, AB; brother Tim (Marcella) Klein and nephews Paul and Mark Klein; Honorary family Roy (Alexis) Krogsgaard and grandchildren Brittney, Carson and Davan; father in-law Richard Oevering; brother in-laws Danny (Kathy) and Michael and numerous nieces and nephews.

A Celebration of Life will take place at the Gull Lake Community Hall, 7275 Lake Avenue, Gull Lake, Saskatchewan on May 10, 2019 at 2:00 p.m.. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Alzheimer Society or the Swift Current SPCA.

7 Condolences for “KLEIN, Wendy”

  1. Andrea Peters says:

    This is just so sudden, my heart goes out to the family and Paul. The movies just won’t be the same!

  2. Shawna McDougall says:

    Dear Paul & family,
    I was so very saddened to hear of Wendy’s passing. I will always remember her beautiful smile and her boisterous laughter and the quilting tips she taught me. My hear is with you all at this difficult time.

  3. Sandy Kirk (Pierzchala) says:

    Bernie, Mary, Tim and family,

    It is just by chance that I came across the obituary for Wendy. I have many fond memories from my childhood of times spent with Mom and your family. Tim and Wendy entertained me many times.
    Thoughts and prayers are with you from the Pierzchalas. Take care of yourselves.

  4. Juli (Joblonkay) Hudson says:

    My sincere condolences to you Paul, and the Klein families. I worked with Wendy at Scotiabank in Taber She was such fun, and was always so cheerful and friendly, We would lunch out together every now and then, for steak sandwich day at a local diner, I remember her always ordering a “blue rare” steak, and we would have many laughs. She was also so very talented, with her crafting,

    During that time that I worked with her, I lived over 20 miles out of town and one day we had a bad winter storm. It was too miserable to travel , but she didn’t hesitate to offer her home to me, Her kindness towards others was always a big part of her personality, She also ways spoke so fondly of her family, and was so happy when she met Paul. Although, It has been a number of years since we had seen or last spoke to each other. I feel privileged and so lucky to have had her friendship. She will always be remembered for the happiness that she brought to my life, and to so many others. May memories bring some comfort to you, during this difficult tIme. Take Care. Juli

  5. Brian Mouland says:

    I live in Gull Lake, Wendy was a very friendly person and had a great sense of humor. To Paul and family you are in my thoughts and prayers

  6. Teresa and Craig Chase says:

    Wendy was such an amazing person she’s going to be missed by our family and many more. The world lost a wonderful lady and heaven gained an angel! Our hearts go out to Wendy’s and Paul’s families.

  7. Paulette Tremblay says:

    To everyone. My condolences. I went to school with Wendy when I lived in Lethbridge. I don’t remember if I saw her at our 10 year high school reunion of WCHS. Over the years of me living in Whitehorse, YUKON I would pray for her. I never got to see her. We lived about 4 or 5 blocks from each other. I do believe we both went to Galbraith school too. I’m so sorry for this sudden passing and pray all of you will be comforted. Many hugs and much love from Paulette (Huber) Tremblay

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